Chronic Wasting Disease

Tennessee Hunters Need Not Worry About Chronic Wasting Disease

Chronic Wasting Disease is a deer-killing disease that leaves their brains full of holes. What is this always-fatal condition and how do people fight its spread? Recently, hunters may have been alarmed to hear 10 deer tested positive for chronic wasting disease in Tennessee. Hunters worry that it will reduce game populations and hunting opportunities.… Read More Tennessee Hunters Need Not Worry About Chronic Wasting Disease

Exotic Wildlife Association

ACA’s National Cervid Congress Held in Texas

Earlier this month, leaders of state and national deer and elk associations gathered in Texas for an in-person meeting of the American Cervid Alliance. This meeting, dubbed the National Cervid Congress, was held during the Texas Deer Association‘s annual conference in San Antonio. The meeting allowed ACA councilmen the opportunity to dive deep into legislative and… Read More ACA’s National Cervid Congress Held in Texas

Conservation, Exotic Wildlife Association, Exotics, Three Species

The Endangered Species Act In Serious Need of a Major Overhaul

The Endangered Species Act of 1973 is one of those congressional blunders at the time was thought to be a statutory fix for all those species of plants and animals that could not fight for themselves and were on the brink of total extinction.  Though this was a very noble gesture on the part of… Read More The Endangered Species Act In Serious Need of a Major Overhaul